Has anyone ever talked to a spirit or the passed on?
And when I say “talked” I mean they actually had a conversation with a passed on person/felt something or got a response. I know psychics might be able to but besides Ouija boards (which I know is probably not a good idea) are there any other ways? And have you?
Suggestion by – Jesus is the way –
Ouija boards are poor made pieces of cardboard given a meaning by morons.
Suggestion by humynism
No, but that would be cool.
Suggestion by Sarcasm is my native language
I’ve prayed about my gramma, and I felt reassured. Does that count? <3
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What should I do to help my bi-polar wife that thinks she is psychic?
My wife started playing an Ouija board because she is obsessed with psychics. She played it by herself for a couple weeks, and was obsessed with it so I took it away because she would not do anything without asking it first. She always had the same spirit come to her, her deceased uncle. After I took the Ouija board she didn’t need the board to communicate with him, she said his voice along with others was coming to her in her head. She then thought she was psychic and a medium and used past information to try to persuade her family and friends that she is psychic. The voices told her I was cheating on her so she left me. Te voices told her to stalk this innocent young lady and confront her for cheating with me. The lady had no clue who I was. I’ve never cheated; I’m not that type of person. She did some other crazy things and her family took her to the hospital. She was diagnosed as bi-polar. She was doing great after she got out of the hospital, she moved back in with me, but had bad side effects with her medication so the doctor put her on an anti-depressant. She has quit taking that and is on her own natural medication that she found online. She still thinks she is psychic and I don’t know what to do anymore.
She was put on an anti-psychotic after released from the hospital where she was evaluated for a week. While in there it took her many days before she realized she had an illness and needed help. After she got out of the hospital and was on the medication for a little over a week she started to finally realize what was going on her life over the last year. But, the day before that she quit taking the anti-psychotic and she hasn’t acted like she did that since.
Suggestion by bmac
Bad idea for her to quit her medications. REALLY bad. But she probably thinks it was necessary and that is part of her illness. She really needs to go back to the hospital. I think she is more than bipolar….she sounds schizophrenic to me.
Suggestion by WhiteLine Express
I would leave her and file for divorce under “mental torture/abuse”..
Do it quickly before you end up as a headliner at the county morgue..
I hate to tell you she needs professional help, starting with a vacation to the local mental ward…
Suggestion by bonecrusher
personally, I would get the hell out of the relationship, but if you really love her so much that you can deal with the heartbreak of her psychotic episodes then there is only one thing you can do. You have to make sure she stays on her medication. Not only is there lithium, but there are a variety of other anti-psychotics and mood stabilizers that help people with bi-polar disorder. If she refuses to take her meds, then you shouldn’t be with her because she will not be there for you, she will be in the false world created by her illness. Good luck brother, I’ve had personal experience with this heartbreaking illness and it is not easy no matter what you choose to do.
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